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Murkey's - A Rabbit Noir #1

Lou Cook

Publisher: Lou Cook

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This fast-paced tale of Rabbit Noir tells of Bunz, the rabbit, and Webbs, his spider pal, as they rally to protect Murkey's: the best place in town for pie and coffee. In a town being sold out to the highest bidder, it looks like Murkey's is next on the auction block. Who are the two moose seen around the waterfront, asking too many questions? Could they be smarmy real estate developers? Or is there something even more nefarious going on? The Guys mobilize to find the answers and run into more than they bargained for. It's Bunz and Marilyn the Librarian to the rescue when Webbs is trapped in the maze of tunnels under the city as the moose are closing in.

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